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A Couple Cooks

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The Feed: Open Society Closes Its Doors

Goodbye to a Meridian-Kessler cafe-society favorite.

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The Feed: The Royal Wedding Treatment And A Next Door Update

Tie one on while Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot.

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The Feed: A Paleo Diner, A Hedge Row Update, And More

Kimbal Musk has Indy in his viewfinder, with an early-April opening of Hedge Row on Mass Ave.

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The Feed: Cunningham Swoops In On Cerulean, And Txuleta Opens In Broad Ripple

Tacos at Libertine and funky sandwiches at Hotel Tango.

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Video Recipe: Watermelon Salad by A Couple Cooks

Sonja and Alex Overhiser spend a lot of time in their kitchen, creating whole-food recipes that jibe with their all-natural, “flexitarian” (modified vegetarian) lifestyle.

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Q&A with A Couple Cooks on Their New Recipe Book

Alex and Sonja Overhiser are 30-year-old professionals in Indy, a graphic designer and a technical writer/partner, respectively, at the same small company. They are also voracious food bloggers, and now authors by way of their new culinary tome, Green Mango Cafe & Bakery: Cooking for a Better Tomorrow, available online (sans shipping charge) and, soon, at a couple of farmers market signings (see dates below). This husband-and-wife team was inspired by a week-long trip to a just-opened cafe in Cambodia in March 2012 to write their book. All proceeds go to the Center for Global Impact (CGI), headquartered in Greenwood. They gave us peek inside their recipe files.